Settlers Point Housing Market Trends
|# Listings||Average DOM||Average Price||Average $/SqFt||Median Price||Median $/SqFt||Average % Reduced|
|Sold Last 6 Months (Unlock Sold Listings)||3||43||$638,000||$206||$589,000||$210||1%|
*Settlers Point Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of March 27th, 2017 at 3:01pm CDT.
Settlers Point Dripping Springs
A gated, equestrian community in Hays County’s 78620 zip code, Settler’s Point is located just outside of Dripping Springs, Texas on Settler’s Trail Road. Entering the neighborhood, the ranchette-size properties of 5 to 25-acre parcels offer residents panoramic views of beautiful Texas Hill Country.
Settler’s Point residents enjoy an active lifestyle with monthly social, cultural and community events in nearby Dripping Springs just 4 miles away. While rural, this is a well-connected neighborhood of involved citizens who take great pride in the natural beauty of their community.
Settlers Point homes for sale have an average build date of 2002 with over 3600 square feet of living space. Many homes include outbuildings or barns, multi-car garages, and plenty of space for horses to run. These large acreage lots allow buyers to build custom homes of at least 3000 square feet. One of a few Austin equestrian communities, Settler’s Point homes for sale are surrounded by the beautiful Texas Hill Country landscape of mature trees of oak and cedar as well as native shrubs and grasses lining neighborhood creeks and ponds.
Where is Settlers Point Dripping Springs?
Settlers Point homes for sale are situated along Settler's Trail off Bell Springs Road just north of Hwy 290 West and only 30 miles from Downtown Austin. For residents who frequently travel, Settlers Point homes are 33 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
Things to do near Settlers Point
Residents in Settlers Point have access to many of the area's natural attractions and activities. Nature lovers enjoy hiking and bird watching as well as swimming at Pedernales Falls State Park. There is also rock climbing and mountain biking at Reimers Ranch Park. Residents who are food and drink aficionados can enjoy wine tastings at one of the area's many wineries before heading over to Nutty Brown Cafe for dinner and live music. Dripping Springs and Wimberley offer quaint shops and cafes while nearby Bee Caves features Hill Country Galleria with upscale shopping and dining.
Settlers Point Schools
Students in Settlers Point homes attend the highly regarded Dripping Springs ISD, home of the Tigers. Walnut Springs Elementary School (PK-5), Dripping Springs Middle School (6-8), and Dripping Springs High School (9-12) serve residents of this neighborhood. Dripping Springs High School is the first in the State of Texas to implement the Pride in Portfolio program, assisting students in readiness for post-high school life. The high school also boasts an award-winning band program as well as SAT and ACT scores that rank above state and national averages. Buyers of Settler’s Point homes for sale desiring a private school education have some options to consider. The King's Academy (4-9), Dripping Springs Christian Academy (K-12) and Dragonfly International School (PK-8) are all less than 5 miles from most homes in this neighborhood.
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